Feminism

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Sometimes it feels like we’re living in olden times. Women won’t achieve economic or political parity for over 100 years--we  make up only 1/5 of Congress, 1/3 of the Supreme Court, and less than 1/5 of mayors. Hell, ...
Though She Be But Little She Is Fierce

A Salute To Senator Barb From The (Eventual) Queen of Everything

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Sometimes it feels like we’re living in olden times. Women won’t achieve economic or political parity for over 100 years–we  make up only 1/5 of Congress, 1/3 of the Supreme Court, and less than 1/5 of mayors. Hell, asshats are still asking if America is ready for a female President! Less than 5% of S&P and [&hellip
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So, feminists have always enjoyed their role of angry, loud women who refused to stay in "their place" and do what they are told. It's true, there is an empowering feeling we get when someone tries to challenge our beliefs ...
Seattle's Punk Trio's Second Album

Listen To: ‘Women’s Rights’ by Childbirth

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So, feminists have always enjoyed their role of angry, loud women who refused to stay in “their place” and do what they are told. It’s true, there is an empowering feeling we get when someone tries to challenge our beliefs and rights, so we finally get the opportunity to tell the smart-ass who is challenging [&hellip
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Can music change the world? Can it affect politics and global change? Can it penetrate the jungle of the music industry and the market that aim to shape her into a product that can be sold? Can musical activism exist outside ...
Review: What you expect bitch

Listen To: The Experimental Activism of Sabrina Ross

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Can music change the world? Can it affect politics and global change? Can it penetrate the jungle of the music industry and the market that aim to shape her into a product that can be sold? Can musical activism exist outside the underground? All these questions pop up in my mind as I listen to [&hellip
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Just a few days left to this year’s Women’s History Month but before we go back to men ruling history and the world, let’s take a few brief moments to dispel some of the truly hilarious/maddening myths about women’s ...
Yes, it is still Women's History Month

Women’s History Month Part 3: Myths

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Just a few days left to this year’s Women’s History Month but before we go back to men ruling history and the world, let’s take a few brief moments to dispel some of the truly hilarious/maddening myths about women’s history, feminism and female humans in general. We were going to interview actual misguided asshats but [&hellip
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We learned in part 1 that we've still got plenty to be angry about when it comes to women’s rights but we’re currently on a cocktail-glass-half-full type kick, so let’s explore the many and varied ways humans have made ...
It's Hard To Believe But Everything Isn't Total Crap

Women’s History Month Part 2: Hope

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We learned in part 1 that we’ve still got plenty to be angry about when it comes to women’s rights but we’re currently on a cocktail-glass-half-full type kick, so let’s explore the many and varied ways humans have made enormous strides in terms of gender equality. 1. You Down With RBG? Women of the Court [&hellip
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Hearing some asshat snicker about Women’s History Month really got my nylons in a twist; then I made the tragic mistake of going on the Interwebz to do some research for this article and really thought I was going to have ...
You're Gonna Hear Me Roar

Women’s History Month Part I: Rage

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Hearing some asshat snicker about Women’s History Month really got my nylons in a twist; then I made the tragic mistake of going on the Interwebz to do some research for this article and really thought I was going to have a rage stroke. To be clear, we are talking about one freaking month out [&hellip
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The Snap I never really liked Joan Rivers. As a highly anxious person often on an overzealous quest for political correctness, Rivers made me cringe. A lot. Sure, many things she said were side-splittingly funny and she ...
My Love Life is Like a Piece of Swiss Cheese; Most of It’s Missing, and What’s There Stinks

Long Live the Queen of Mean

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The Snap I never really liked Joan Rivers. As a highly anxious person often on an overzealous quest for political correctness, Rivers made me cringe. A lot. Sure, many things she said were side-splittingly funny and she was in one of my most favoritest movies. But she also said some of the most appalling things [&hellip
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The Snap: I hate how we rush things: Halloween decorations in August, Christmas in October and “back-to-school” sales before vacation gets going. But this summer's ads made me think of kids who would love to dread the ...
Education is the Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use to Save The World

BACK TO SCHOOL SAVINGS

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The Snap: I hate how we rush things: Halloween decorations in August, Christmas in October and “back-to-school” sales before vacation gets going. But this summer’s ads made me think of kids who would love to dread the first day of school. Save the Children recently reported that there were more than 3500 attacks on schools, [&he
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The Snap: What do you think of when you consider the 4th of July holiday? Cookouts, parades, fireworks or maybe you even think back to that hot July in Philadelphia when a group of plucky colonists decided to declare ...
George Clooney is the Only Old White Man Allowed Near my Reproductive Rights

IF ONLY YANKEE DOODLE HAD A UTERUS

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The Snap: What do you think of when you consider the 4th of July holiday? Cookouts, parades, fireworks or maybe you even think back to that hot July in Philadelphia when a group of plucky colonists decided to declare their independence. It must have reeked like a junior high locker after gym class: no a/c [&hellip
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